Indian Origin Girl Who Became State Winner of Google 4 Doodle Contest Now Needs Your Help 

Insha Kittur got selected from approximately 2,00,000 entries. 

Google recently organised an art contest called Google 4 Doodle in which the students were asked to create a Google doodle using imagination on what inspires them. On May 3, an Indian origin girl Insha Kittur from Chicago became the Illinois state winner of the contest. 

Insha is a student of Half Day School, Lincolnshire. She is among the 53 winners chosen from 2,00,000 entries. Soon, she will be competing with the top five finalists who will be selected via a voting system. The winner will receive a $30,000 college scholarship, and the winner's school will receive a $50,000 grant from Google. 

She is looking for your support. Will you? Voting started on May 7 and will end on May 18.  

If you are willing to participate, please fill your vote at